Languages for travel, business or pleasure continue to attract many adult learners to the Language & Culture Centre Community Education Programme.
Classes are offered in Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese and Spanish and run from 7.00pm to 9.00 p.m. on Monday to Thursday evenings during school terms.
The Top Chefs Cookery Classes for dedicated cooks and gourmets, have been a huge success this year, featuring chefs such as Guy Grossi, Philippe Mouchel, Teage Ezard, and many others. Another great line-up is in place to delight the palates of audiences in 2002 - but book early as these are very popular.
In June Mr Graeme Tardy was welcomed as the new Night Manager of the Community Education Programme. Graeme has an extensive background in adult language and culture programmes and looks after the day-to-day needs of the evening class teachers and students. We are delighted to announce that in Semester 1, 2002 Graeme will give a series of cultural presentations on aspects of two great European cities - London and Paris.
These seminars are informative and evocative renderings, enhanced with slides, music, stories and readings, which examine each city at both a general and a specific level. Graeme has given similar cultural presentations for several years to a keen following around Melbourne.
To enjoy these language and cultural offerings in the comfort of the Language & Culture Centre, phone 9810 4407 to obtain the semester 1, 2002 brochure with details and enrolment forms.
Ms Elaine Tarran, Director, Language & Culture Centre
Scotch College: ABN 86 852 826 445 ACN 005 650 395 CRICOS 00624A (Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students)